Credits and Sources for Phillip Williams Genealogy
- Philip William's War of 1812 discharge papers.
- Philip and his wife Catharine were named in documents related to the
settlement of Jacob Miller's estate.
- Family history from Linda Stufflebean of Alta Loma, CA.
Information gleaned from Jacob Miller's pension file, court records,etc.
- In a sworn deposition filed at the courthouse, Lent Williams (son of Sherrod
Williams) attested to witnessing this marriage.
Elizabeth Stubblefield was born Oct. 10, 1821 in Franklin Co., Tenn.
- Much of this information was researched and provided by Betty W. Houston of
Clinton, Mississippi. She is the Great-Great-Granddaughter of Jacob Marion
- Madison Williams was another son of Sherrod Williams who was a prominent
person in Franklin County, Tenn.
- Land Warrant #40634
- Source: 1850 census. Often ages are wrong as any of the children would often guess
or even lie on ages if they were the ones questioned by the census taker.
- Besides the 40 acres sold to him by Philip on the N.W. quarter of N.E. quarter
Section 9, township 41, Range 8 West, William J. had 80 acres located on the east half
of S.E. quarter of section 22, township 42, range 8 west and another 45 acres in
Section 19, township 42, Range 7 West. Philip had another 40 acres on the S.E.
quarter of N.E. quarter, section 22, township 42, range 8; in Osage County, Jefferson
- The name "Glasco is a Scottish surname, but as of yet it hasn't been determined
where Jame's dad arrived from.
- An 1860 census shows Jemima and her son Thomas Williams living with Nathaniel
Stubblefield and his children.
- Francis Owens shows up in the 1860 census in Phelps county with Jemima's
husband's relative, Johnathan Stubblefield. His wife Elizabeth Williams had already
- Glasco family history from Laverne Hoffman in St. Louis. Laverne is the Great-
Great-Granddaughter of James Glasco.
- James Glasco's childrenSarah, born around 1832, married Amos Hale Sept. 10,
1856; Margaret Agnes, born around 1833, married Philip Williams; Maria, born
about 1838, married Joel Hale April 12, 1857; Caroline, born around 1841; Lucy Ann,
born around 1844, married Calvin Harrison March 30, 1862; Susan, born around 1847, married James Strickland March 8, 1868; Catherine, born 1849; and probably
born from a previous marriage-Richard, born approx. 1821.
- This information is from Elizabeth (Stubblefield) William's application for Williams
J.'s Mexican War pension. She was denied since he served less than sixty days.
- The original letter is in the possession of Ruth Williams Carlsen of Stratford, Iowa
- More than likely, the reference to his grandfather is Jacob Miller, his mother's dad
who fought at the "Battle of Brandywine" while serving in the cavalry during the
- Secesh would be short for secessionist, which was a person who wanted to separate
his State from the Federal Union.
- "History of Gasconade County", pg 654 & 655
- "Osage Co. Directory & Statistical Compendum" by Vaugn, page 11.
- information taken from the Pension Application of Elizabeth Williams
(Stubblefield) after William had died.
- This information is from Oma Nevaleen (Williams) Erwin of Lees Summit,
Missouri; great-granddaughter of William Jefferson Williams.
- 160 acres, NE 1/4 sec 7, twshp 44, range 7. 78 1/2 acres, lot 1 of NW sec. 7, twshp 44
range 7. Both Osage County, Jefferson Township. This information from Betty
- As told by Emily Aulicino- a teacher in Portland Oregon. Emily was a descendent
of William J. Williams.
- The Francis family was related to William J. through his mother's family and was
part of the "groups of families" that migrated to Missouri from Tennessee.
- Philip's farm home was located on top of the hill overlooking the valley on Bell's
creek on the N.W. corner of farm roads HH & HH521. There's nothing there at this
- James Glasco is buried at the Antioch cemetery just a couple of miles Southeast of
Crocker, Missouri. James's wife's burial spot is unknown.
- According to Ruth Williams Carlsen; Granddaughter of John (Banty) Williams.
- According to Charles Williams of Tulsa (grandson of Charlie Edward).
- This information is taken from the Hancock family history.
- There probably weren't many single men to choose from. In 1890;. seven years after
she married, there were only 100 residents in Crocker, 500 in Dixon, and 150 in
- According to his pension application in 1890. The community of Hancock first
named Iron Summit still exists and may be named after his family.
- According to Yvonne Johnson who is a granddaughter of John A. Williams (Banty).
- Mary Hedrick (Knowles) widower's pension application. #722185
- pension #653326
- Piles according to the Webster dictionary is another term for hemorrhoids.
- Source:"History of Oklahoma and Indian Territory; Homeseeker's Guide."
Chieftain Publ. Co., 1906, Vinita OK
- Daisy (sister of Charlie) and Husband Tom Hamilton buried Sewell cemetery near
- Campbell was renamed Gore in Oct. 22, 1909, to honor Senator Thomas Gore.
- Daisy B. Williams (daughter of Charlie) is buried in Bryan cemetery. It is located
on the property of William (Buddy) Hodges, about 5 miles north of Gore, on
Highway 100, a half-block off the east side of the road, across from the Shangri-La
Motel, maybe a half mile from the Illinois River. Most of the few stones in this
cemetery have been destroyed and sheep roam through the gravestones. Daisy's
concrete marker has a tree growing out from under it.
- Don Williams said she had cancer that badly ate away her face and neck.
- Information from Sylvia Fielden (daughter of Clint Williams)
- Don Williams accompanied his dad once along with another brother.